The FFF2014 theme was “Freedom”
In 2014, Freedom Film Festival screened 37 inspiring local and international shorts, films and documentaries around the theme of ‘Freedom’.
- Ronasina with “Anur Nak Sekolah”
- Zunar and Mic Hoo with “Fight Through Cartoon”
- Azhar Rudin with “Lebuh Agraria”
The festival presented films that were cinematically engaging and culturally relevant from new and international filmmakers. The festival’s theme coincided with Malaysia’s Independence Day and Malaysia Day on 31st August and 16th September respectively. The objective of FFF2014 was to highlight the freedoms that have been won and the many freedoms that we still have to fight for through the perspectives of people and communities from around the world. As part of FFF’s continuing mission to contribute towards the Malaysian filmmaking community, festival goers were able to participate in filmmaker discussions and workshops.
In 2014, FFF produced films were screened in Australia by the Malaysian Aspiration Program; at the Nuremberg International Human Rights Film Festival, Germany; and the largest international human rights film festival, the One World Film festival in the Czech Republic.
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If you didn't manage to catch our films at the last festival, this is your chance to! We will releasing the three winning pitch films from last year's Film Grant Program for online viewing on the 6th of March at 9pm. The films “Fight Through Cartoon” by Mic Hoo and...